Redfield man inducted into SDHS Basketball Hall of Fame

Cregg Skarin, above, receives his hall of fame plaque.

For a decade the South Dakota High School Basketball Hall of Fame has strived to research, document and illuminate the splendid careers of the very finest players ever to display their talents on the basketball courts across our state.    
On their 10th annual induction banquet on Saturday, March 23, in Sioux Falls, SD, fifteen all-time greats were inducted into the Hall of Fame, bringing total membership to 158 of the most recognizable names in South Dakota basketball history. Three hundred attended the banquet and ceremony with twenty-six of them belonging to Cregg Skarin’s fan club.  Congratulations to Mr. Cregg Skarin.
Cregg Skarin, Redfield (Hitchcock 1970): The leading scorer in the 1970 Class B state tournament, Skarin notched 88 points for fifth-place Hitchcock. He averaged 21 per game that season for the Bluejays as they went 27-2. Skarin was an all-South Dakota Intercollegiate Conference player at Huron College and surpassed 1,000 career points for the Tribe.


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